In Chapter 4 of Teaching Naked, Bowen introduces us to the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education, by Chickering and Gamson (1987), understanding that learning is accomplished in a much broader way than just through the class or textbook, and that learning can be greatly enhanced through supporting students in a multitude of ways.
An article that explains clearly what the photo and title above represent, can be found at the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching's website. The article called Enhancing Student Learning: Seven Principles for Good Practice, tells us in simple terms what those seven principles are, but goes further by giving us ideas on how to implement them into our daily practice.
I was happy to see that they cited one of our textbooks from the PID program, Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers by Angelo and Cross. If you haven't taken a look at it yet, I highly recommend that you do as it is a wealth of activities that can be used in a number of different ways in a number of classroom settings, that all help to assess student learning and progress.